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One-day introduction to Reinventing Organisations

  • Thu 16 March 2017 - Thu 16 March 2017
  • Oxford, UK
  • £150
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What will organisations of the future look like? Do we need to rethink how our organisations are on the inside if they are to contribute to real change on the outside?

INTRAC is offering this one day event, inspired by Frederick Laloux’s book “Reinventing Organizations”, to explore key ideas, practices and possibilities of this emerging organisational development ‘movement’.  Is this just another management fad or a whole new paradigm for creating radically different organisations fit for today’s context?

The day will include an introduction to the thinking in the book and the opportunity to explore and discuss with others the relevance of this to our organisations and the international development sector/ civil society more broadly. We welcome ‘reinventing’ enthusiasts and sceptics alike for what we hope will be a thought-provoking, lively and stimulating day. No prior knowledge of the book’s content is required to participate at this event.

The day will be run on 16 March from 10:00am (registration at 9:30am) to 5:00pm in Oxford, facilitated by Jan Nowell (freelance consultant) and Clare Moberly (Acting Executive Director INTRAC).


The book “Reinventing Organizations – A guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human Consciousness” by Frederick Laloux is downloadable (initially for free) from www.reinventingorganizations.com with an invitation to pay what you think is right one month later.  You can also buy it as a paperback from bookshops/online if you prefer. A shorter illustrated book is also available.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or need more information about our face to face, online or tailor made trainings, please contact the INTRAC Training Team:

  • Tel: +44 (0)1865 201851
  • Fax: +44 (0)1865 201852
  • Email: info@intrac.org

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